soggy southeast. i don't think it will affect the voter turnout too much. it may rain late in the day around norfolk and virginia beach. almost zero issues getting to the polls. as far as northern portions of wisconsin and minnesota, a light wintry mix. by your standards, really no big deal. election day looks nice for getting to the polls. let me take you to the nor'easter part of the storm. it heads up the coast. there is cold air. the high elevations of maryland, pennsylvania, the poconos, up through the berkshires, the white and green mountains and the adirondacks. for the areas really affected by sandy, the coastal zone from did he delaware to connecticut, long island and new york city and, of course, the jersey shore, it will be windy, rainy and cold. we could get large waves doing additional damage at the coast. we could have winds gust high enough, 60 miles per hour, that we may get additional power outages.